With lockdown easing, the Euros on their way and longer, warmer days looking more likely, now is not the time to be let down by your barbecue.
More than ever, getting together is about enjoying the company of your friends and family rather than being chained to a grill, which is why the barbecues included in our round-up were tried and tested for their trouble-free credentials. We have only included barbecues that took the grind out of a day’s grilling.
We fired up new and already popular models from a range of manufacturers, which promised to take the hassle and guesswork out of producing succulent food.
One of the first things we tested was how good the cooker was at managing temperature, which is essential for good barbecue.
We prioritised models that made it easy to get cooking quickly, with grills that held the heat well and had good venting, ensuring the temperature could be easily manipulated to produce a variety of juicy meats and nicely charred vegetables.
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